Here are the biggest court stories that have featured in the SNJ, Gazette Series or Wilts Glos Standard over the past few days.

TWO men and a 17-year-old boy from Stroud have admitted their part in dealing class A drugs in Gloucestershire.

Ian Cross, 43 of Worcester Street, Gloucester, Deano Harrison, 20, of Gloucester Road, Cheltenham and a 17-year-old from Stroud all admitted their guilt at Gloucester Crown Court on Friday, September 4.

All three will be sentenced on September 24.

FULL STORY: Stroud boy, 17, admits selling crack cocaine

A 43-year-old who was caught with almost £50,000 in cash and a stash of £52,390 worth of cannabis in a Painswick garage has been jailed for two years and eight months.

Imran Badat, 43, of Gloucester, pleaded guilty at the city crown court last Friday to being in possession of cannabis with intent to supply on August 12 and possession of the proceeds of drug dealing on the same date.

FULL STORY: Man, 43, jailed after storing £52k worth of cannabis in Painswick garage

A PENSIONER who had almost two million indecent images of children stored on his computers has walked free from court after receiving a two-year suspended prison sentence on Wednesday.

At Gloucester Crown Court, David Jackson, 73, of Woodmancote, Dursley, pleaded guilty to making indecent of photographs of children between November 3, 2009 and May 9, 2018 in all three categories of severity - A, B and C - on six computers found at his home address.

FULL STORY: Dursley man, 73, had two million indecent child images